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the mission square with about 20 california redwood trees and a very beautiful grove and this is all designed with the peter walker and partners and in among the trees is a fanicular accessible to the park itself. i would say that one of the key under lays of the work that we are doing here has to do with security. we are going to have over the process of the coming design, several ongoing discussions with the tj pa, it is very important that security be managed jointly between the tower and the center. we are beginning to have the concepts for the security in the square and the lower parts of the center, so to say that is an important part of our agenda. this is looking at your standing across the street at first and mission looking back to 101 first street. although it might be hard to see on this slide, the lower five floors of the building actually have a slightly heavier metal detail, slightly deeper metal sun shades, i will go into that in some detail in a few minutes. this is an interesting notion that has come out of our work with city planning that actually creates a kind of base for
to ukiah, california. there was a cave out here. >> a cave in the hills around redwood valley that would shield everyone from nuclear fallout. >> i know now as sure as i'm sitting here and i knew and have for a long time there was no such place. it was all one of his lies. jones built this church and offered sanctuary there, a safety net to the elderly and poor, usually blacks from the inner city. they signed over their social security checks and the people's temple cared for them for the rest of their lives. >> he built this whole thing on the premise of brotherhood, economic equality and a world where no babies go to bed hungry. >> jerry parks and his family followed jones from the midwest out to ukiah in 1966. jerry got a job in a supermarket. >> he started talking about everybody giving 25% of their income. i sat down one time and figured after i got back how much money i gave that man, and it was around 76,000 bucks. >> his youngest daughter tracy learned to fear jones when she started school and was told to stay away from other children. >> if you got caught talking to people that
california to the new york island, from the redwood forest, and to the gulf stream waters, this land is made for you and me ibidem at a special on the life and politics of woody guthrie. born 100 years ago on july 14 1912 in oklahoma, we speak with british protest singer billy bragg and will coffman. >> history has a habit of repeating itself every now and then and the songs that he was riding in the 1930's an 1940's and 50's can often have an amazing relevance for what is going on now. i think it is about time people started listening to woody guthrie again. >> and we hear the legendary folk singer pete seeger describe his first meeting with woody guthrie. >> he took over for 20 minutes and entranced everybody. i come from oklahoma, you know. it is a rich state. if you want lead, we have lead. if you want coal, we have coal in oklahoma. >> woody guthrie. all that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. amy goodman: commemorations are being held across the country this year to mark the hundredth anniversary of the birth of one
specialized treatment from a redwood city hospital. >>> after washington state and colorado voters approved marijuana legalization. what does this have to mean for california's industry that face shut down and arrest by authorities? >> reporter: harborside health care center is a medical marijuana. >> none of my staff know when we come to work in the morning whether we're coupling home at night or to prison. >> reporter: steve is fighting a legal battle to stay open, despite fighting california's medical marijuana laws. >> it's time for the justice department to recognize the sovereignty of the states. >> reporter: gooder brown's comments come on the shoulder of washington state and colorado's legalization of marijuana. >> that should send a message that this is a mainstream issue and they may need to get on board of the will of voters. >> reporter: erin smith with the national cannabis industry association hopes that it prompts federal change. >> if they care about the will of the voters and the sovereignty of the states and their own political future, they will back off. >> i just hope th
. >> redwood city ea has posted a 381 million-dollar loss for the southern california quarter of its fiscal year. that's up from a loss of 340 million a year earlier. after adjusts for stock compensation, expenses and deferred costs, the company a earning of 15-cents a share. they trimmed their yearly forecast due to concerns over how well it's now medal of honor game will do. >> sonoma county sheriff investigators looking in to the find of a body this morning. firefighters found the body this morning after putting out a burning rv. they haven't confirmed the identity of the person who died. >>> a richmond man on trial for killing two people wants to hurry up the proceeding so he can go watch basketball. he is a accused of shooting his girlfriend and her friend three years ago. he is acting as his own attorney and has been angering family members with his comments. he asked the doctor if the gun shot wounds were consistent with good shooting. he has indicate that he wants to change his plea to guilty to end the trial. >> sandy won't bump the new york marathon. organizers say they expect i
the northwestern section of the state of california, bam, right there, that's what we're enduring right now at this time. our futurecast illustrates there is your cold front. heaviest rain redwood city about 10:00 tonight. slipping into san jose before midnight then out of here. here's your lull before more scattered showers upstream by tomorrow morning. as far as rainfall amounts are concerned, anticipate at least nearly .4" of rain in the san francisco area over the next 24 hours. your raider forecast just a slight chance of rain during the game tomorrow. otherwise, we'll pinpoint your forecast. we're look at numbers in the sierra, 45 tomorrow with a winter weather advisory in effect. so again, there are your temperatures. pretty much in the 60s across the board for tomorrow in the east bay and into santa clara valley, as well. that's your pinpoint forecast. >>> all right. straight ahead, just for you, and you and you and you over there and maybe you over there, we have college football surprises. we have one that locally the red-hot san jose state spartans. looking for a nine-win season,
francisco, oakland, mid-70s nearly 80 degrees in redwood city. these temperatures are up about three-five degrees for tomorrow. here is the satellite with a few high clouds streaming in through northern california. otherwise, completely sunny that bad weather that which is typically getting for this time of year is to the north. the pacific northwest, a word and and it is working towards the north. and oregon it will be unseasonably warm. temperatures in the 50s for the morning. and to the cooler areas will be in the north bay, the south bay, temperatures in the '70s. san jose, upper 70's and upper 70's for the east bay nearly 80 degrees of the warmest locations. bayside and 70's for san francisco. and nearly 80 degrees in some spots in the north bay with go to our new channel. comcast 193 for the latest news, weather and traffic updates and on digital 4.2. monday, tuesday will be the warmest days. n your kron 4 7 day around the bay this storm out of the gulf of alaska will bring rain fall and possibly even friday. as a reminder go to our new channel. comcast 193 for the latest news,
record highs for this date. let's take a look now. oakland airport, 79. redwood city 84 degrees how about these. moffett field, 83. november 5th96 degrees. more heat tomorrow, carolyn. >> thank you. >> arizona political action plea chee being accused of money laundering by california fair political practices committee. under an order disclosing the source of a contribute togs fight prop 30 and support prop 32. the money funneled through two nonprofit organizations. the arizona pack is now under investigation. >> this is an extraordinary money laundering that i've seen this, is mashed five times it's dirty and stinks.. >> the money comes from groups active in republican campaigns. the state could find the pack or pursue charges.. >> in san francisco tonight a major last chance push for proposition 30. the tax measure funding evident x. abc 7 news reporter is live along embarcadero tonight where that rally wrapped up a little whiling ayes. >> this is a good one. the governor drove to be at this event here because he knows it's going to be a close one. now, the governor rallied troops as onl
is required. charles clifford, kron 4 57 in daly city today with the 60s through hayward. and also redwood city. it will get a little warmer as we are going to see some cloud coverage with a storm to the north. the tail end of this pushing toward to the california. these clouds could push towards the south. with more cloud coverage and temperatures, nonetheless are expected to warm up. we will be mostly clear south of the golden gate. regardless, it is going to be chilly overnight as the go for tomorrow afternoon we will see clouds to the north. temperatures will still be warmer. in fact it will stay warm for most of the week details on that, coming up with your extended forecast. >>pam: the latest on the scandal that led to the resignation of petraeus. >> a deadly explosion in an indianapolis home. the investigators are sifting through the rubble and looking for answers. >> it is all the talk the galaxy s3 or thee fight. they are battling it out. or the iphone 5--the battle. coming up in my tech report, a side-by-side comparison. ;x >> the resignation of general petraeus is starting to so
on the other end with amazing experience and training. >> today, i'm serving the community of redwood city. i want to do everything i can to benefit this community as the communities in san jose were benefited at one time. >> reporter: here's some perspective. there are 12 police chiefs in california who once climbed the ranks here in san jose. hayward, daly city, san leandro to name a few. if you think they're not keeping an eye on what's happening here in san jose, you might want to think again. live in san jose, i'm damian trujillo, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, damian. >>> the hunt is on for a man who police say is one of two suspects that went on a crime spree ultimately killing a young man and injuring an officer. tonight, the reward money has been increased. nbc bay area's kris sanchez has new details and joins us from the 7-eleven in san jose. that's where that crime spree turned deadly. >> reporter: hi, there. yes, the suspect in custody and the one still on the loose fired directly at that police officer as he sat in his car, a sitting duck, so to speak. he ducked under his dash
was at active in the civil rights movement in the 60s and in the 70s he was in northwest california where he and his wife raised their two sons neck and neil. he taught at a conference of one high school among the redwoods. and he began writing about contemporary issues. he is a prolific writer. his latest book is "mr. president: how and why the founders created a chief executive." it is my pleasure to welcome back to the david library, ray raphael. [applause] >> it is a pleasure to be at the david library with a full and eager crowd. this history is important. we will be talking not about ancient history by contemporary history. the history of the founding and let me start by noting that americans engage every four years into very unique principles. one in october and we are about to start six days from now. about half the nation firmly determined that their side loses nomination goes to ruins. they figure out which of the two contestants they prefer. that is one of our rituals. it is highly partisan. the other ritual that we will also talk about his every four years in october, americans u
to 2 mi.. redwood city has 3 mi. visibility. take plenty of time to get to your destination this morning. satellite and radar showed there is a cold front coming. it is interim basically northbound california. this will make its way and tomorrow and you will really notice the cool air. we're not talking about a lot rain but this arctic air is corn to really chill things out over the next couple of days. our future cast shows the showers and maybe thunderstorms will be on thursday. we will be right back. we are the sons and daughters of farmers who made cheese; the keepers of the loafs. the people who will never lower the bar. our world started in deep green grass and rain and the hills and the waves and the big, tall trees of tillamook, oregon. we make cheese of an exquisite standard and we live in a special place... where pure and good were invented. >> the dow jones is now down to 96. can you say that this is at stake bed due to the president ben reflectebeing reeg reflective. >>we elected. and we elecreele >> we're also hearing that they do not believe that this is a 1 t
of northwest california where he and his wife raised their two sons. he talked at a comprehensive one room high-school in his home among the redwoods as well as evening courses at the local community college and began writing about local history and contemporary issues. he is a prolific writer who has ridden number of books about a range of topics. he has focused in recent years on the american revolution and our nation's founding with all its historical, philosophical and political implications. his latest book is "mr. president -- how and why the founders created a chief executive. it is my pleasure to welcome back to the davis library, ray raphael. [applause] >> thank you. it's a pleasure to be at the david library with a full crowd of real history people. we are going to be talking today not about ancient history but contemporary history. basically, the history of the founding and how it affects us today. let me start by noting americans engage every four years in to a very unique rituals. one in october, and we are about to start in the first ritual, which are to individual contestants are
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